Clemson hosts FSU with ACC title, CFB Playoff hopes in balance
BY: TYRIA GOINES
CLEMSON, S.C. — No. 4 Clemson Tigers host Florida State on Saturday, Nov. 11th, in hopes of claiming their third-straight Atlantic Division title. Kickoff is set for 3:30 p.m. at Clemson Memorial Stadium.
FSU has had a struggling 2017 season, overall 3-5 as going into the game against the Tigers, but Clemson is going to take the game seriously as the ACC title is running on the line of the game outcome.
With the win against NC State last week, the Tigers are now completely in control of their outcome.
Clemson was ranked No. 1 until falling to Syracuse, 27-24, and then fell to a stumbling No. 7. The Tigers jumped back up No. 4 and have remained behind Alabama, Georgia, and Notre Dame in the NCAA rankings.
Clemson still has an overall 8-1 record for the 2017 season, an outstanding record, but are continuing to play every game to the best of their ability.